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In the fifth episode of season two, John Cruft & Dr. Del visit the land of temples - Cambodia. They speak to a local ELT manager about their transition from teaching to management before discussing their own ideas and solutions for some common challenges. Enjoy the usual country quiz!Di eltupgraders
 
In the fourth episode of season two, JC & Dr. Del visit the land of smiles, Thailand. They speak to Alex Taylor about his rapping teenagers, before discussing the difference between projects and project-based learning. Also, see how JC does in Dr. Del’s tough country quiz. Enjoy!Di eltupgraders
 
In the second episode of season two, John Cruft & Dr. Del visit Indonesia. They speak to talented teachers there, discussing the differences among error, mistake and slip. Meanwhile, they dig further on what kind of strategies should be used against these three types of situations faced by teachers in the classroom. And as usual, enjoy the Indonesi…
 
In the first podcast of season two, the academic duo John Cruft & Dr. Del speak to local master trainer Nurhezrin Anuar about the CEFR in the Malaysian primary school context, considering a variety of challenges for teachers raised by transition to new curriculums and alignment with the CEFR. Also tune in to listen to Dr. Del challenge JC with his …
 
In this NILE (Norwich Institute of Language Education) special John chats to Johanna Stirling (Online academic manager, NILE) on their 3 city China tour. Johanna discusses the what, why, when and hows for the flipped classroom to help teachers get started. Mixed in with a few practical tips and useful websites. Check out the ideas here and start ex…
 
When and what to teach in the early years of language learning is a topic of much debate. In this upgrade podcast, John talks to author Caroline Linse about the four key areas of early year’s development. Caroline defines what is meant by cognitive, socio-emotional, physical and creative development and puts forward a few tips for the classroom.…
 
What is a global classroom? How does culture affect training? How do Chinese government schools approach training? What is a TEFL Lemon? …and who is Alan Partridge? In this Upgrade, John & Jake finish their journey around the world with interviews from fascinating trainers from all over the globe. This is our longest and most ambitious episode yet.…
 
Are you being trained or developed? What’s the difference between qualification and certification? What is the newest country in the world? (and would you teach there?) In this Upgrade, John & Jake start a journey around the world to hear from fascinating trainers from all over the globe. Listen to part 1 of this 2 part episode and get a taste of h…
 
Are your learners in control of their learning? Are you in control of your teaching? Why aren't your students getting better at English once they leave your class? In this Upgrade, John and Jake discuss theories and practices around learner autonomy. You will hear about a model relating to control from Phil Benson. They also discuss ideas relating …
 
What should we be teaching the next generation of students, and how should we be teaching? What can we change now to give our learners the best opportunities for the future? Listen to Jake’s interview with educational thought leader Charles Fadel to answer these questions. Charles Fadel is the co-author of Four Dimensional Education- The Competenci…
 
In classrooms all over the world, dealing with mixed ability classes is an ongoing issue. In John & Jake's travels in the Asia region, they both meet teachers looking for strategies and solutions for this exact challenge. Download this episode for some great ideas on how to prepare for and be proactive when facing mixed ability groups. Learn how to…
 
So...you are teaching a class with 50+ students! How do you ensure all those learners get something out of the class? How can you do collaborative group work? How can you deal with Large Classes? Listen to John & Jake’s ideas and tips on dealing with Large Classes from their experiences around Asia. John gives some insights and reflections from his…
 
Viv Lambert and Mo Choy are the authors of the hugely successful Macmillan Story Central series. The authors found time out of their busy schedule touring Asia for Macmillan Days in Beijing, Shanghai & Tokyo to visit Jake in the eltupgraders home base for an interview. Listen to their insights into the benefits of reading for English language learn…
 
Motivating students to learn English is a constant battle for teachers in ELT. Recent research conducted here Asia shows that there are differing opinions on how to motivate our learners. Listen to this podcast to find out the top methods and approaches teachers from Asia use to motivate their students. John & Jake debate the value of stickers and …
 
Featuring pronunciation guru and Macmillan methodology series editor Adrian Underhill, this podcasts tackles the big questions of teaching pronunciation in Asia. John & Jake explore ideas and theories relating to syllable and stressed-timed languages, single sounds verse connected speech, using the IPA chart, and why teachers sometimes shy away fro…
 
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